Melanie Schopper is a local artist who utilzes slip casting to create functional ceramics. She has been the artist in residence at The Center for Maximum Potential Building Systems and is a co-founder of the all women's art group Handmade Austin Women. She worked as an assistant to porcelain artist Sunyong Chung of Ginko Studios, where she trained in a process of plaster mold making that has informed her current process. She graduated from The University of Texas at Austin with a BA in Art. Her line of cups and bowls called M.Schopper Ceramics can be found at Women and Their Work and on the East Austin Studio Tour. - See more at: https://soa.utexas.edu/events/plaster-mold-making#sthash.tJQTtbBc.dpuf
This workshop was a coordinated effort with Interior Design Construction 2, taught by Tamie Glass.